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2018-2019 Champions

Our Mayflower members had many successes again this year at provincials.  We would like to send our congratulations and recognize the accomplishments of those who were victorious this season.

C Scotties

Above: 2019 Scotties Tourament of Hearts - Jill Brothers, Erin Carmody, Sarah Murphy, Jenn Brine

C Jones Saunders Mixed

Above: 2019 Mixed - Colleen Jones & Luke Saunders, with teammates Peter Burgess & Lindsay Burgess

C MacDougall

Above: 2019 Seniors - Brent MacDougall, Andy Dauphinee, Martin Gavin and teammate Terry Piper

C Grandmasters

Above: 2019 Grandmasters - Marjorie MacKay,  Brenda Nearing , Caroline Belliveau, Karen Romkey


C Masters Darragh Hemsworth

Above: 2019 Masters - John Flinn & Mike Hemsworth with teammates Alan Darragh & Curt Palmer

C Curling Club Team Callaghan

Above: 2019 Curling Club Championship (Formerly Travellers) - Mike Callaghan, Peter Ross, Ian Wilson, Brad Wilson

C Canada Games Team Young

Above: Canada Games Representative - Ethan Young, Kieran Mackintosh, Christopher Churchill, Adan Kavanaugh

C Canada Games Team Moore

Above: Canada Games Representative - Cally Moore, Taylour Stevens, Cassidy Currie, Cate Fitzgerald

C U18 Team Moore

Above: U18 - Cally Moore, Taylour Stevens, Cassidy Currie, Cate Fitzgerald, Coach Rob Moore

C U18 McEachren McDonah Weagle

Above: U18 - Adam McEachren, Alex McDonah, Scott Weagle, and teammate Owen Purcell

C U19 Moore Stevens Weagle U16 Callaghan Penney

Above (front): U19 Mixed - Taylour Stevens, Cally Moore, Scott Weagle with teammate Andrew Lawrence

Above (back): U16 Mixed - Marrin Callaghan, Abigael Penney, and teammate Keith Langlois

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Founded in 1905, the Mayflower Curling Club is a landmark in Halifax's rich history. In 1912 the ice shed was used as a morgue for victims of the infamous Titanic sinking, and just five years later the club was destroyed in the devastating Halifax explosion. The Mayflower, which houses six sheets of ice for leagues of all levels, is one of the most well-known clubs in Canada. We embrace all levels of curling from beginners to competitive and we hope to see you on the ice soon.